• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. OK. Many things happened in the mean time....... I ordered DELKIN SDcards. Wrote image to them and they Immediately booted... Then I used the 'bad' one from before and inserted into PYNQ board that just booted with a DELKIN card and it also booted now????? Then I tried this 'bad' one again in PYNQ board that hasn't booted with DELKIN and it did'nt work. Then I re-wrote image to the 'Bad' one and it boots now in all boards (although slower...) Then I tried my final image (not the PYNQ original one, but the one I need to operate the boards.. and It now also boots with
  2. OK; Did power from USB port. TX and RX flashing at first. Comm ports visible Same behaviour.. no boot for all 3 boards
  3. ok. I will give that a try. (I am now out of office, but will report back Friday)
  4. HI, 1. Jumper is indeed set to SD position. 2. Power is external (using the Supply fro the PYNQ kit) 3. SD cards are the ones also supplied with the PYNQ Kit. They are not Sandisk however. All the board have booted with these SD cards before. all SD cards had original image. I tried one with a latest image. but no luck.... 4. Yes, I waited for all boards at least 30 minutes to see if the done led got high and linux booted or even full night... 😉 It seems that after a few months of non usage, there is something that prohibits booting from SD card....
  5. Dear, I have 3 pynq-Z1 board which I have used a year ago. When I tried to boot them again this week all three board fail to boot from SD card. (The FPGA done LED doesn't even light up.) All used the standard SD cards ordered with the boards. I tried to re-flash the Sd card with latest image, but the problem persists... Swapped Sd cards from one board to another, but still no luck.... What could be the issue here? All jumpers are in the right position. Board is powered by external power supply. Red led lights up. SD card content can be successfully read by PC...